You don’t have to face foreclosure alone.
Falling behind on mortgage payments and facing foreclosure can be a terrible feeling, one that most people would rather not think about. It can happen for a variety of reasons: your job might transform or disappear, your family may change, or a health crisis can strain your budget – things that can be hard to plan for.
Are you behind on your mortgage payments or at risk of falling behind? Even if you haven’t missed a payment yet, the sooner you seek help, the more options you’ll have.
HUD-approved housing counseling agencies like NHS of Greater Cleveland are available to provide you with the information and assistance you need to avoid foreclosure. We help you explore options like mortgage modification and refinance and other solutions that can help you stay in your home. Though the Federal programs Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) have expired, there are still many local options for preventing foreclosure.
Our HUD-approved foreclosure prevention counselors can:
- Explain and answer questions about the foreclosure process and identify solutions that may be available to you
- Explain your rights as a homeowner during the foreclosure process
- Give you personalized information and create a plan based on your unique situation and needs
- Communicate with your lender on your behalf
Our services are free of charge so there is no need to pay a private company for these services. Our goal is the best possible outcome for you, our customer, and our information and advice are unbiased.
HUD Office of Housing Counseling Resources:
- Avoiding Foreclosure Tips
- Homeowners Guide to Success
- Foreclosure-Prevention Flyer
- Foreclosure-Prevention Fact Sheet
More Help From Trusted Resources:
- Fannie Mae – Know your options
- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) – Consumer resources for foreclosure prevention
- Federal Trade Commission (FTC): Mortgage payments sending you reeling? Here’s what to do
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